Let the cat show you how!

UPDATE: I am thrilled to tell you that we have reached our target of £81,250 needed to protect eighty tigers in Bhutan this year. A huge thank to you to everyone who contributed so generously to last year’s Big Give Appeal!


There are fewer than 3,000 tigers surviving in the wild, and we need to take immediate action to protect their shrinking habitats from poachers and the illegal wildlife trade.

The great news is that you, your friends and family can make your donations go even further this Christmas by donating online to our Saving Asian Tigers appeal.

Our generous supporters have already pledged £27,000 but we urgently need to raise £81,250 to protect the 80 surviving tigers in the beautiful Kingdom of Bhutan.

Any donations made online on December 5, 6 and 7 will be doubled in value, that’s right DOUBLED, by The Big Give Christmas Challenge.

Simply click on the link below to find out more and give:

Funds are limited so you need to donate as soon as possible after 10am on 5- 7 December to ensure your donation is doubled.

Any gift you make between £5 and £5,000 will be matched if you are able to go online and give at these times.

Thank you for helping the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to save tigers.


Watch the video above and make your donation go twice as far during The Big Give!

Want to help us to spread the news about IFAW’s Big Give Christmas challenge? Donate a tweet using Thunderclap!

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